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Join our Crosscare Volunteer Team!

Crosscare has hundreds of wonderful volunteers involved in our various services, and we welcome applications for different volunteer roles. We truly value our volunteers’ input as we feel they provide a unique and vital link between our service users and the wider community. Without the valuable assistance of our volunteers, we would not be able to provide such a high standard of service to our service users.

We want our volunteers to feel part of our organisation and hope that if you volunteer with us, you will find your experience with us enjoyable, valuable and rewarding.

The Crosscare Volunteer programme can be contacted on 086 068 3444   or email Reference checks are required for all our roles, and Garda vetting is required for any relevant work with vulnerable adults and/or children.


Current Volunteering Opportunities 

Polish-English Interpreter 

Poszukujemy wolontariuszy znających język Polski!

Our Crosscare Housing & Welfare Information supports hundreds of families and individuals on housing, homelessness and social welfare issues. We urgently require Polish-speaking volunteers with fluent English to act as interpreters to assist us with delivering our service to the Polish community on Tuesday mornings from 10 am to 1 pm. Fluent English and Polish are required; however, volunteers will be supported and supervised at all times, so knowledge of housing, homelessness and social welfare services and schemes is not needed. The service operates from our Dublin city centre office at 2 St Marys Place North, Dublin 7.
Volunteers will gain an insight and understanding of the social welfare system and the experience of migrants accessing social protection.
If you want more information on this service and an application form, please get in touch with Tracey  at 086 068 3444 or


CLAN Peer Mentor 

CLAN Peer Mentor role is a volunteer role for people with lived experience of homelessness/addiction/mental health/social services support. The mentor will work as part of the CLAN team and will gain practical experience in supporting and mentoring people who have experienced homelessness to help them live independently. Peer Mentors support clients who are moving out of homelessness by sharing the tools they have learnt from their own experience to support others. Support is provided through advocacy, 1-1 mentoring, social clubs and befriending. For a more detailed look at the role follow this link

Peer Mentor Clan Role Description

Roma/Romanian Interpreter – Family Hub 

Clonliffe Family Hub provides accommodation for 50 families with low support needs who are currently experiencing homelessness. We have a housing-led approach and aim to move families into private rented accommodation. Our team aims to ensure that we offer the greatest care we can.  We strive to be a peer-led community. This means all families are encouraged to participate actively in the service. We are looking for a volunteer to provide a interpreting service through Roma and English for Families who are staying in the Hub

Full role description here: Volunteer Role Description Roma Romanian Interpreter

Part-Time Receptionist – Crosscare’s Aftercare Service, D7

This vital service supports young people between 18 and 23 who are moving out of care and adjusting to independent living. It is a non-residential day service based in a lovely building on Wellington Street; the aftercare hub provides a focal point for young people adjusting to leaving the care system.

The team is looking for a volunteer receptionist to help them for two mornings per week.  If this is a volunteering opportunity you would like to consider, please see a full role description here:Volunteer Receptionist Wellington Centre


Roma or Romanian Phone Interpreter (Remote Role)

Our Housing & Welfare Information is an information and advocacy service focusing on housing, homelessness and social welfare, helping families and individuals secure accommodation and social supports.  We urgently need a Roma or Romanian Phone Interpreter (Remote Role) to help us help those most in need.   If you are interested, please see full role description here: Volunteer Role Description – Roma Interpreter

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